Added to Provisioning & Prosperity

I dug deeper and found more! You might want to begin with Mosler, writing in 2011. All added to Provisioning & Prosperity, a subset of FAQ.

Is It Legal for the Federal Reserve to Provide State & Local Governments Unlimited Credit Lines?
— Nathan Tankus (@NathanTankus), Notes on the Crisis Sept 6, 2020

The Uni Currency Project: Democratic Finance for Public Higher Education After COVID-19 • a novel policy mechanism for revitalizing U.S. public higher education in the age of COVID-19
— William O. Saas (@billysaas), Benjamin C. Wilson (@autogestion77), Scott Ferguson (@videotroph), Maxximilian Seijo (@maxseijo) Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity (@GISP_tweets) Aug 2020

Stanch The Bleeding From Local and State Finances with Local Currencies • Just Do It
— Nathan Tankus (@NathanTankus), Notes on the Crisis April 6, 2020

Denison Volunteer Dollar Program
Denison May 3, 2013

The UMKC Buckaroo- A Currency Model for World Prosperity
— Warren Mosler (@WBMosler) MoslerEconomics/Modern Monetary Theory Sept 19, 2011

Warren Mosler

As it happens, while watching for content to add to the site, I’m generally moving back in forth in time. Tonight, I participated in a chat that touched on Warren Mosler’s contribution to MMT thinking. Consequently, I’ve added four or five pieces older pieces to his page, here. Warren, while neither an academic nor an economist, is generally regarded as the founder of MMT. I’ll be adding more to the page, but this seems a good start.